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Emirate of Jabal Shammar The Emirate of Jabal Shammar fought in the Middle Eastern theatre. Dervish State The Dervish State was a rebel Somali state seeking independence of Somali territories. Dervish forces fought against Italian and British forces in Italian Somaliland and British Somaliland during World War I in the Somaliland Campaign. The Dervish State received support from Germany and the Ottoman Empire. South African Republic In opposition to the Union of South Africa, which had joined the war, Boer rebels founded the South African Republic in 1914 and engaged in the Maritz Rebellion. Germany assisted the rebels, and the rebels operated in and out of the German colony of German South-West Africa. The rebels were defeated by British imperial forces. Sultanate of Darfur The Sultanate of Darfur forces fought against British forces in Anglo-Egyptian Sudan during World War I in the Anglo-Egyptian Darfur Expedition.

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>Emirate of Jabal Shammar >The Emirate of Jabal Shammar fought in the Middle Eastern theatre. ⇒ジャバル・シャマーの首長国 ⇒ジャバル・シャマーの首長国は、中東の戦域で戦った。 >Dervish State >The Dervish State was a rebel Somali state seeking independence of Somali territories. Dervish forces fought against Italian and British forces in Italian Somaliland and British Somaliland during World War I in the Somaliland Campaign. The Dervish State received support from Germany and the Ottoman Empire. ⇒デルビッシュ州 ⇒デルビッシュ州は、ソマリア領土内で独立を求める反逆ソマリアの州であった。デルビッシュ軍団は、第一次世界大戦間の「ソマリランド野戦」で、伊領ソマリランドと英領ソマリランドにおいてイタリアおよびイギリス軍団と戦った。デルビッシュ州は、ドイツおよびオスマン帝国から支持を得た。 >South African Republic >In opposition to the Union of South Africa, which had joined the war, Boer rebels founded the South African Republic in 1914 and engaged in the Maritz Rebellion. Germany assisted the rebels, and the rebels operated in and out of the German colony of German South-West Africa. The rebels were defeated by British imperial forces. ⇒南アフリカ共和国 ⇒戦争に加わっていた南アフリカ連盟に反対して、ブール人反乱軍は1914年に南アフリカ共和国を起こして、「マリッツ反乱」に従事した。ドイツは反乱軍を援助して、反乱軍はドイツ領南西アフリカのドイツ植民地の内外で軍事行動をした。反乱軍は、イギリス帝国の軍団によって破られた。 >Sultanate of Darfur >The Sultanate of Darfur forces fought against British forces in Anglo-Egyptian Sudan during World War I in the Anglo-Egyptian Darfur Expedition. ⇒ダルフールのイスラム教君主国 ⇒ダルフール軍団のイスラム教君主国は、第一次世界大戦の間に英国系エジプトのダルフール遠征戦で、英国系エジプトのスーダンにおけるイギリス軍と戦った。

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